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Old 04-09-2005, 07:57 PM   #1
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Meh. Im having a bit of trouble. I busted out my old Fallout (and Fallout 2) CD's to play on my new computer.. I installed Fallout 2 just fine, but when I try to install Fallout 1, it comes up with "Sorry, this product is not supported under this version of Windows" after the language selection screen. I COULD install the DOS version...but Im pretty sure it'd run slow in DOSbox, and VDMsound will not work. I wanted to ask here before attempting the DOS version though. Is there any way I can get the windows version to install in....well..windows? My Windows version is Windows 2000 Pro. Computer is your everyday Pentium 4, 200Mb RAM (low ram, but that can't be the problem) Odd thing is though, Fallout 1 and 2 installed just fine on my old computer, and I used the same Windows 2000 Pro install disk on this new one, as I did on that one! So what the heck :eeeeeh:
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Old 04-09-2005, 08:04 PM   #2
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I had this problem on XP. I can't really rememeber how I got it working (I tried it in DOSBox, it was slow). I think I went into the game's directory and ran Fallout.bat directly.
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